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Episode 8-How Michelle of Nurspreneur Nation Became a Nurse Boss

Social Entrepreneurship Now Podcast

Release Date: 09/13/2018

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Thanks for tuning into the Transform Nursing Podcast! I am Nikki Akparewa, the Creative Director of Transform Nursing and your host. My podcasts focuses on leaders in the community who work towards social justice, health equity and most importantly leadership. In addition to my podcast I do frequent facebook lives discussing important issues to nurses and I have a course, the Nurses Influential Leadership Lab, teaching you in a dynamic way how to engage in deep and honest conversations around the impact of race on health and  gives you all the tools and support needed to bring to your organizational structure and foster inclusive leadership models.

In Episode 8 of the Transform Nursing podcast, I have the pleasure of introducing you to an amazing nurse leader who is results driven, and who is an nurse entrepreneur and friend. 

We get to learn how to be a nurse boss from Michelle Rhodes, CEO of Nursepreneur Nation.  Rarely do you get the real behind the scenes look at a profitable nursing organization as they walk us through preparation to success.  Michelle is sharing her nuggets of truth and honesty about what it takes to succeed as a nurse entrepreneur.  

Michelle Bio:

Michelle calls herself the “health, leadership and business coach”.  She is inspired by her passion for mentoring and coaching , she assists Health Professionals who struggle with time management, goal achievement, leadership and entrepreneurship.  She has gone to enjoy a 20+ year career in Nursing, Authored four (4) books, and now enjoys her passion of inspiring others through Leadership Development as well as serving healthcare providers with messages of empowerment. She has received several awards for her accomplishments.

 

What You will Learn from this Episode: 

  • The entrepreneurial pathway is all about preparation of time, money and vision
  • How to combine your skills with the needs of the market to create a profitable business model
  • The benefit of diversity and inclusion to clients
  • What Michelle would wish for nurses if she could wave a magic wand

You can find more information about Michelle at michellerhodesonline.comor email her at [email protected]

If you have any questions from the show please email me at: [email protected].  

My website is: www.transformnursing.com

And my course, the Nurses Influential Leadership Lab can be found at: https://transformnursing.com/trainings/

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